Weekly Recap 1-19/1-25

 

In case you missed any posts from ThePreachersWord from the past week, here is a brief summary and the quick links to get you caught up.

Word of the Week: Character

This post on  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day featured several quotes regarding character from the slain civil rights leader

 

 

The Vision of Hope

Our theme this year is 20/20 Vision.  This post points out how Biblical vision connects with our hope.  And features 5 ways Hope’s vision helps the Christian in his daily walk.

 

A Passage To Ponder: Mark 13:32-37

This text relates Jesus warning to “watch.”   How?  Why?  And when?

 

Some Good Advice From The Chief Justice

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Roberts, issues some counsel to the participants during the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump that ought to serve is a Biblial warning to each of us.

 

Bearing the Cross. Leaving a Legacy.

What legacy are you leaving to your children?  Grandchildren?  Friends and family?  “The great use of life,” wrote William James, “is to spend it for something that will outlast it.”

 

Bonus post

This week was the anniversary of Roe v Wade.  It was observed Friday with the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. with President Trump speaking–the first time a sitting President has attended the March.  Here’s a past post written on the 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade you might find helpful and insightful in standing against the terrible slaughter of innocent children.

It’s a Child. Not a Choice.

 

Have a great day.  And a wonderful weekend.

–Ken Weliever, The Preacherman

 

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